The latest version of the Vivaldi web browser adds a Reading List to the sidebar and offers blocked tracker and advertising statistics.
“Exactly 6 years ago, we launched the first version of Vivaldi,” co-founder and CEO Jon von Tetzchner writes. “We started out building a browser that will adapt to your needs. And we’ve stuck to it. Over the years, we’ve created a wealth of built-in features that you won’t find in many, if any, other browsers. We thrive on giving you options, so you’re never more than a click or keyboard shortcut away from what you’re trying to accomplish. And this latest version stays true to our roots.”
Vivaldi 5.2 for desktop adds two major new features. There’s a new Reading List panel in the browser’s sidebar that syncs to the Android version of the app. And there’s a new Privacy Statistics bar on the Vivaldi start page that displays information about the number of trackers and ads that Vivaldi has blocked.
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